Naples Zoo Blog

Meet Eko, Naples Zoo's Newest Resident

By Kelsey Burr, Naples Zoo Digital Marketing Manager A new resident recently moved into Naples Zoo. Guests can now see Eko (pronounced Echo), a Malayan tiger who came to us from the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle. Malayan tigers are critically endangered, with less than 200 mature individuals in the wild according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. The tigers are native to the forests and mangrove swamps in Malaysia and face threats such as habitat loss, poaching for their... Read More
at Thursday, February 27, 2020
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Helping Panamanian Golden Frog Conservation

By Vittoria Vaturi, Naples Zoo Reptile Keeper   Growing up, my love for nature and wildlife started with amphibians. I have early memories of being in my backyard watching frogs jumping into a pond and living their natural lives. It was at that moment I knew I wanted a career with wildlife. I made that dream a reality when I became a reptile keeper here at Naples Zoo. My dreams came true again this year when I traveled to El Valle, Panama to help with Project Golden Frog. ... Read More
at Monday, February 24, 2020
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Meet Naples Zoo's Adorable New Additions

By Kelsey Burr, Digital Marketing Manager   If you’ve visited Naples Zoo lately, you may have noticed two new adorable faces in the bongo and gazelle yards. A male Eastern bongo calf was born December 30, 2019 to parents Amara and Sebastian, and a male slender-horned gazelle was born January 22, 2020 to parents Clyde and Clover. The gazelle calf is named Colby-Jack, a special name for a few reasons. First, since his parents are named Clyde and Clover, his keepers wanted a... Read More
at Monday, February 3, 2020
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